American Express reported outstanding 2021 Q4 earnings on Tuesday driven by profits from record consumer spending on its cards. I guess their executive staff used some of the profit to buy a few happy pills, because they’ve really gone on a bender:
1. Multiple reports across multiple forums share that the Marriott and Hilton Business cards have an offer for a $200 statement credit when adding an employee card and spending $2,000 within 60 days, for up to 99 employees. That’s a total of $19,800 in statement credits if you choose to maximize this deal. That’s literally the price of a new Subaru Impreza with a few add-ons — so with some work, you can drive away with a brand new car on AmEx’s dime.
As with the other versions of the 99 employee card offer, you have to call in and ask the customer service representative if there are any offers for adding employees on to your account to see if you’re targeted, because reasons.
2. There’s a new targeted offer for adding an authorized user to a Platinum card for 20,000 Membership Rewards after spending $2,000 in six months. This offer is different than the prior ones so it should track even if you’ve already gotten another version in the past. (Thanks to LL)
3. Today is probably the last day you can play the AmEx airline selection trick, which is:
- Select an airline for your incidental credits
- Turn them into future airfare credit
- Switch to another airline for the rest of the year (especially useful for the 35% Membership Rewards rebate on Business Platinum cards)
If you try after today, you likely won’t be reimbursed for your original airline’s incidental credits before the end of the year.
Now go out there, seize the day, and strive to act like an American Express Executive (prolly before the happy pills though).
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